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Booktitle Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Persuasive Technology
Year published 2010
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Keywords Task interruptions,social behaviours,mobile agents
Abstract
In the near future, intelligent agents on mobile devices will push to as well as request location-dependent information from users at convenient and inconvenient times. In this paper, we consider the negative effects of mobile agent interruption and present strategies to reduce these effects drawn from social psychology and task-interruption literature. We propose the implementation of social behaviours to minimize the negative effects of (task) interruptions caused by mobile agents and report the results of two studies that evaluate two social behaviours agents can adopt. The results from these studies indicate that a mobile agent adopting social system behaviour can lead to a less disruptive user experience.
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Winterboer, Andi
de Vries, Roelof
Groen, Frans
Pavlin, Gregor
Evers, Vanessa
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